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NYC Based Organization Launch Crowd - Funding Campaign For Poor Jamaican Youths.

A well respected and highly successful Charity organization is on the move to raise funds and awareness for one developing Country in the Caribbean. Although Jamaica is known for its sea and sand, there is a side of the island that very few visitors get to see or experience unless you are a local attempting to better your education. The poverty rate in Jamaica among youths is at an all time high and Children Of Jamaica Outreach (COJO) is trying to change that. COJO has just launched their first major Crowd Funding Scholarship Campaign to help less fortunate youths having severe difficulties with education and back to school supplies for the upcoming school year. The Campaign kicked off just over a week ago and they are a long way from the $50,000.00 Target. COJO is anticipating that it's each-one-tell-one campaign will be a success and will in turn help the organization surpass the targeted number.

Children of Jamaica Outreach, Inc. (COJO) is seeking your assistance in providing much needed support for four (4) orphans, now wards of the state of Jamaica with tuition and books for college this academic year. For over 19 years, COJO, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, based in NY has been assisting less fortunate in Jamaica achieve their full potential through education.

COJO is asking donors' to assist by making a small donation by September 30 toward the scholarship fund, launched to assist disadvantaged children cover tuition and books. Gary Willams's COJO's Chairman and Founder in a statement said "Through your support in the past we have provided food, clothing, school supplies to many children in Jamaica as well as in the United States. Remember, every little action counts so do your part in helping us reach our goal of $50,000. Your kind contribution of $10, $50, $100 or $500 can go a far way in making a difference in the lives of these children"

If you would like to donate, please click on the link below to make your donation now.

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